Its been exactly one year that Hud Hud hit Vizag. Effective governance and emergency strategies helped saving thousands but it was a monster of cyclone and it destroyed a major part of the beautiful city. Just the infrastructure but not the will of its people. They came forward to rebuild their city and trust us when we say this, motivated people and effective government are a deadly combination and the result is what we’ve all anticipated. 365 days and the city carries not one trace of the cyclone.

The below pictures are proof of our statement. Take a look at them yourselves.

A road near Kailashgiri.

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Area surrounding Rishikonda.

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GITAM University.

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Rishikonda Beach.

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A road near Kailashgiri.

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This is one amazing transformation!

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A view from Kailashgiri.

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The Kailashgiri Hill.

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Andhra University.

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A petrol bunk in central Vizag.

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Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Assembly hall.

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A street in Panduranga puram.

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A function hall near beach road.

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Somewhere in  the midtown of Vizag.

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Near Vishakhapatnam Highway.

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The other side of R.K Beach.

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A big salute to the citizens of Vizag and the government of Andhra Pradesh

 

Photos: Navin Bahirwani exclusives for South Report

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